Highlights of Processor A14 Bionic to Power iPhone 12

Apple introduced the new Pad Air 2020 with the event on September 16. The biggest in-house features the world's first 5nm mobile processor, the A14 Bionic. In other word, Apple has 100 of the world's smallest and most powerful mobile processors. While the iPhone 12 family is still a big secret, we know for sure that it will be powered by the A14 Bionic.  

The A14 Bionic was designed and developed by Apple and produced by TSMC, just like before. Apple is extremely assertive about the new chipset, and even says that this new set can take on phones with many processors and Android operating systems used in computers

Here's what we know about the world's first 5 nm processor, the A14 Bionic:

  • 5 nanometer architecture and 11.8 billion transistors
  • The same number of cores as previous generations, higher performance
  • Fully refurbished graphics processor
  • High AI performance 
  • Lower power consumption

The nanometer is one billionth of a meter and is a unit of length with an abbreviation of "nm". Processor production is also used to express the distance between the transistors in the processor circuit. 

Processors need transistors to perform calculations and operations. Billions of transistors are tightly packed into small spaces, forming the basis of processor chips. The less distance between transistors, the less energy electrons can move.

In this way, the device works faster and the electrons spend less energy, so there are no problems such as heating. On the A14 Bionic chip, the distance between the two transistors is 5 nanometers, which means the device will run extremely quickly and smoothly.

As mentioned earlier, Apple is the first company on its market to use chips with 5 Nanometer technology. With smaller chip properties, this set is designed to have more transistors, which means the set's power consumption will be low. 

The A14 Bionic processor has a total of 11.8 billion transistors. The A13 Bionic, used on the iPhone 11 and iPad Pro, had only 8.5 billion transistors. Transistors from the A14 Bionic processor show that the device will have more cache capacity and more advanced features. How the new chipset came to be on iPad Air has been explained before.

Apple has 6 processor cores on A14 Bionic chips as well as A11, A12 and A13 chips. Two of these cores are designed as high-performance cores to handle demanding applications. The other four high-efficiency cores are designed to perform everyday tasks and save battery life.

The A14 has extremely high-performance caches, Apple says, claiming that the new processor can run even the most demanding apps smoothly and smoothly. This brings to mind the question of whether the A14, whose features have not yet been released, will have a new technology L3 model cache.

Apple says there has been a major update to these cores, which have been used in the same number of previous devices, and that kernels can handle more workforce. Apple announced that the A13 processor is 20% faster than the A12. With all the features of the A13 in mind, the A14 Bionic looks like it's going to be 20% faster than the A13. However, the expected performance seems to be disappointing on the Phone 12 Pro Max, as we noted earlier in our article. 

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